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Other titles in the Lonely Planet Phrasebook: Eastern Europe series:
Lonely Planet Eastern Europe Phrasebookby Lonely Planet Phrasebooks
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More powerful than a fistful of euros, reaching further than a Eurail pass, this phrasebook is more entertaining than Eurovision! From Moscow to Dubrovnik, Prague to Tirana, this is your ticket to 11 languages, a whole continent of culture, and the ultimate European adventure.
Our phrasebooks give you a comprehensive mix of practical and social words and phrases in more than 120 languages. Chat with the locals and discover their culture - a guaranteed way to enrich your travel experience.
Atlanta Journal-Constitution, May 27, 2004
"...Lonely Planet phrase books have long taken a hip, streetwise approach."
Fully updated edition to work as a companion title to the Eastern Europe guidebook, this phrasebook features a simple and easy pronunciation guide throughout; with the added feature of a mini-dictionary for each language.
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